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West Atlantic open positions

At West Atlantic, we are always looking for skilled and professional colleagues. Below is a list of open positions waiting for your application. Please read our privacy policy before sending in your application.

Open positions

Location
Application deadline

Pilot Manager

Location:
East Midlands Airport
Application deadline:
23/12/2022

Position Type:            Pilot Manager

Work Pattern             Office Based

Department:              Flight Operations       

Location:                     EMA

Responsible to:          NP FO Flight Operations Director

 

Role Summary

 

The Pilot Manager is responsible to the NP FO for day-to-day management of pilots. The role is to manage, develop, motivate and where necessary enact the company HR procedures, with the aim of the B737 and ATR pilots achieving departmental objectives to provide a world class customer service.

 

Responsibilities

 

  • Work Along HR with all Recruitment processes and onboarding of new Pilots
  • Assist with the administration of the crew changes, using company HR Systems and processes.
  • Check, process and authorise all expenses from Crew
  • Provide support to the Operations Control Centre with Crewing of Aircraft
  • Assist in the identification of pilot resources including numbers of pilots and experience profiles.
  • Monitor performance of all Pilots, managing behaviors and expectations
  • Ensure timely monitoring of attendance, working alongside Payroll to ensure all Sickness documentation is uploaded in the adequate times.
  • Advise Pilots when needed on all leave, including paternity, urgent family leave and compassionate.
  • Assist with the leave bid and allocation process for flight crew
  • Work alongside HR for all Disciplinary and Grievance Hearings and outcomes.
  • To co-ordinate Management of Change Projects as directed by the Flight Operations Director
  • Ensure all departmental health, safety and environmental guidelines are followed by all staff.
  • Represent the company with BALPA
  • Contribute to the Emergency Response Team with regards field representation and pilot management
  • Maintain a consistent, positive, relevant and timely communication flow from the Flight Crew Management team to the Flight Crew
  • Become an advocate for Flight Crew and drive a customer focus on all activity
  • Manage training records for all Flight Ops nonflying staff and ensure timely programming of required training.
  • Manage crew uniform.

 

 

Academic/Educational Requirements

 

  • People Management Qualification would be advantageous

 

 

 

Required Skills/Experience/knowledge:

  • 5 years previous airline experience is required
  • Experience within a Management role is preferable
  • Good knowledge of the use of software packages like MS Word, Excel essential.
  • Ability to learn to use new software platforms.
  • Ability to work within procedures is essential
  • Ability to define procedures
  • Proven ability to work under pressure and manage difficult conversations
  • Effective interpersonal skills
  • Excellent communication skills (both written & verbal)
  • Proven problem solving & planning skills
  • Proven ability to develop and progress processes and procedures
  • Live within 90 minutes of EMA
  • Possess the ability to operate outside the normal scope of pilot roles

 

Terms and Conditions

Hybrid working but attendance at EMA once per week or as required by the job requirements.

Pension

 

 

Salary

c£40K


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ATR FDM Rep

Location:
East Midlands Airport
Application deadline:
23/12/2022

Position Type:            Part Time

Work Pattern             An office day will be rostered each month within existing work patterns

Department:              Flight Operations       

Location:                     East Midlands/Hybrid

Responsible to:          Flight Safety Officer

 

Role Summary

 

Responsible for the FDM Analysis on the ATR fleet associated with the Flight Operations

 

Responsibilities

 

  • Verify the validity of FDM reports flagged as exceedance events
  • Contribute to trend analysis and identification of threats and risks

 

Academic/Educational Requirements

 

  • Educated to ‘A’ level or equivalent

 

Required Skills/Experience/knowledge:

 

  • Be familiar with the operation of the ATR aircraft, the SOPs and flight profiles.
  • Possess professional, friendly and customer-focused personality
  • Be IT literate and have experience of online working
  • Good knowledge of the use of software packages like MS Word, Excel essential.
  • Effective interpersonal skills
  • Excellent communication skills (both written & verbal)
  • Proven problem solving & planning skills

 

 

 

Salary and other details

 

Increment £2000 (level 1), WOWO will have an addition day off per month bought at the daily rate.

Pension Scheme 6% Employer and min 2% Employee

 


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EMA Hub B1 Engineer

Location:
East Midlands Airport
Application deadline:
17/12/2022

Position Type:   Permanent Full-Time             

Department:      P145 West Atlantic   

Location:             EMA East Midlands Hub

Responsible to: Line Maintenance Manager

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Role Summary

 

To provide and support effective and efficient engineering at EMA and across the UK network, which meets the operational requirements in a sustainable and safe manner.

 

Responsible for ensuring the relevant B1 work at EMA is carried out on time, in full, and to the required standards. Responsible for covering line station annual leave and attending AOG call outs.

 

 

Responsibilities

 

Responsible for certifying the work at EMA; In consultation with the Shift Supervisors and Base Maintenance Manager.

 

Ensure all work is completed IAW company procedures and the relevant maintenance documentation, Technical logs and work orders, are completed and returned to technical records.

 

Responsible for ensuring any required parts/tools for maintenance are ordered correctly and monitor with logistics/supervisors regarding estimated delivery times.

 

Ensure tools and equipment are treated correctly, and are stored in the correct locations

 

Responsible for ensuring proper handover procedures are completed in the MOE.

 

 

Ensure company premises are maintained and good housekeeping standards are met at all times. Report any building/facilities defects to Shift Supervisors and/or BSC.

 

Be well informed about valid instructions, regulations and maintenance information.

 

Be well informed about the procedures regarding production quality control and quality audit especially how they apply at the specific maintenance tasks.

 

Perform maintenance on equipment that is used for maintenance and apply a high maintenance standard. Restore and clean all equipment after the maintenance activity. When equipment fails or is found to be faulty, immediately report this to the certifying staff.

 

Keep current with the approved working schedules, Company procedures, requirements and any authorisation ratings held for the work performed.

 

Have confidence to issue an SMS report if a violation from the established WAS Flight Safety Standard is discovered

 

Carry out any other such reasonable duties as the company sees fit in accordance with the responsibilities of the position

 

 

 

Academic/Educational Requirements

 

Unrestricted UK B1 License

 

Relevant Type Rating to West Atlantic  B737 NG B737 CL, ATR72/100/200 , BAE ATP

 

 

Required Skills/Experience:

 

Minimum 5 years Aviation Engineering experience

 

Must be Proactive, self-motivated & confident self-starter

 

Effective interpersonal skills

 

Possess confident and effective communication skills (both written & verbal)

 

Ability to make good judgements based on the needs of the company operation, in a very fluid, fast changing environment.

 

Proven problem solving and Planning & Organizing skills

 

Salary

 

Basic £42,000

 

Shift Allowance: £4500

 

 B737 NG Type rating: £3346

 

 B737 CL Type rating :£3346

 

 ATP Type Rating : £2038

 

 ATR Type Rating : £2038

 

Company Pension Included

 

Please note there is no loyalty bonus with this role for new or existing employees.


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Type Rated First Officer ATR

Location:
East Midlands Airport
Application deadline:
01/12/2022

Position Type: Permanent, Full-Time (3 Weeks On, 1 Week Off Contract)

Department: Flight Operations

Location: East Midlands Airport Base

Responsible to: Pilot Manager

Role Summary:

As a West Atlantic Pilot, you will be responsible for assisting with the operation of our company fleet.  You will work alongside colleagues to ensure the company fulfils its customers requirements. You will take responsibility for ensuring safe operations and ensuring compliance with company procedures and standards.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Ensure the safety of company aircraft, cargo and occupants and following all specified instructions and procedures in the operations manuals.
  • Maintain familiarity with relevant United Kingdom, European and International air legislation and agreed aviation practices and procedures;
  • Maintain familiarity with Company Procedures and Manuals;
  • Report issues affecting airworthiness or the safety of the operation;
  • Operate in accordance with the company’s rostered plan, complying with Flight Time Limitations;

About you:

The West Atlantic UK family is made up of colleagues with diverse backgrounds, skills and experience, so respect and teamwork are fundamental. Each individual has an important role in contributing to success in our business.  We operate in a time and safety critical environment so the capacity to manage operations in a challenging environment is essential.  Motivation and focus is key.

If you have a passion for flying and wish to contribute as a key part of the UK and global freight operation, apply today.

We are looking for First Officers with current type ratings to join our ATR fleet.

Academic/Qualification Requirements:

  • Hold a current UK CAA Class One Medical
  • Hold a UK Part FCL Licence with ATR Rating
  • ICAO level 6 English proficiency
  • Hold a valid Passport
  • Right to work in the UK
  • Hold a UK recognised Driving Licence

Required Skills & Experience:

  • Able to swim 25meters unaided
  • If called upon, be prepared to evacuate an aircraft using escape ropes
  • Prepared to be within 1 hour 30 minutes of their base for all duties

Other Skills & Experience:

  • Evidence of a proven ability to work under pressure
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Adept problem solving and planning abilities
  • A customer focused attitude
  • Evidence of robust time management skills
  • Self discipline with a desire for continuous self development

What We Offer (Terms)

Salary - First Officer: £34,071 to £39,179 + per diems (subject to training and hours)

Working Pattern 3 Week On, 1 Week Off 

Annual Leave 28 days

Loss of Licence Insurance

Pension

Training - Successful Applicants will attend an operator conversion course and if necessary complete differences training. Costs will be borne by the Company but the successful candidate will be required to sign a loan agreement.

 


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Type Rated First Officers B737

Location:
East Midlands Airport
Application deadline:
01/12/2022

Position Type: Permanent, Full-Time (Week On, Week Off Contract)

Department: Flight Operations

Location: East Midlands Airport Base

Responsible to: Pilot Manager

Role Summary:

As a West Atlantic Pilot, you will be responsible for assisting with the operation of our company fleet.  You will work alongside colleagues to ensure the company fulfils its customers requirements. You will take responsibility for ensuring safe operations and ensuring compliance with company procedures and standards.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Ensure the safety of company aircraft, cargo and occupants and following all specified instructions and procedures in the operations manuals.
  • Maintain familiarity with relevant United Kingdom, European and International air legislation and agreed aviation practices and procedures;
  • Maintain familiarity with Company Procedures and Manuals;
  • Report issues affecting airworthiness or the safety of the operation;
  • Operate in accordance with the company’s rostered plan, complying with Flight Time Limitations;

About you:

The West Atlantic UK family is made up of colleagues with diverse backgrounds, skills and experience, so respect and teamwork are fundamental. Each individual has an important role in contributing to success in our business.  We operate in a time and safety critical environment so the capacity to manage operations in a challenging environment is essential.  Motivation and focus is key.

If you have a passion for flying and wish to contribute as a key part of the UK and global freight operation, apply today.

We are looking for First Officers with current type ratings to join our Boeing 737 fleet.

Academic/Qualification Requirements:

  • Hold a current UK CAA Class One Medical
  • Hold a UK Part FCL Licence with B737 Rating
  • ICAO level 6 English proficiency
  • Hold a valid Passport
  • Right to work in the UK
  • Hold a UK recognised Driving Licence

Required Skills & Experience:

  • Able to swim 25meters unaided
  • If called upon, be prepared to evacuate an aircraft using escape ropes
  • Prepared to be within 1 hour 30 minutes of their base for all duties

Other Skills & Experience:

  • Evidence of a proven ability to work under pressure
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Adept problem solving and planning abilities
  • A customer focused attitude
  • Evidence of robust time management skills
  • Self discipline with a desire for continuous self development

What We Offer (Terms)

Salary - First Officer: £38,016 Senior First Office £43,894 + per diems ( After completion of line check)

Shift Pattern - Week On, Week Off working pattern + 15 additional days

Loss of Licence Insurance

Pension Scheme 

Training - Successful Applicants will attend an Operators conversion course and if necessary complete differences training. Costs will be borne by the Company but the successful candidate will be required to sign a loan agreement.


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Type Rated Captain ATR

Location:
East Midlands Airport
Application deadline:
01/12/2022

Position Type:    Permanent, Full-Time (3 Weeks On, 1 Week Off Contract)

Department:      Flight Operations

Location:            East Midlands Airport Base

Responsible to: Pilot Manager

Role Summary:

As a West Atlantic Pilot, you will be responsible for assisting with the operation of our company fleet.  You will work alongside colleagues to ensure the company fulfils its customers requirements. You will take responsibility for ensuring safe operations and ensuring compliance with company procedures and standards.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Ensure the safety of company aircraft, cargo and occupants and following all specified instructions and procedures in the operations manuals.
  • Maintain familiarity with relevant United Kingdom, European and International air legislation and agreed aviation practices and procedures;
  • Maintain familiarity with Company Procedures and Manuals;
  • Report issues affecting airworthiness or the safety of the operation;
  • Operate in accordance with the company’s rostered plan, complying with Flight Time Limitations;

About you:

The West Atlantic UK family is made up of colleagues with diverse backgrounds, skills and experience, so respect and teamwork are fundamental. Each individual has an important role in contributing to success in our business.  We operate in a time and safety critical environment so the capacity to manage operations in a challenging environment is essential.  Motivation and focus is key.

If you have a passion for flying and wish to contribute as a key part of the UK and global freight operation, apply today.

We are looking for Captains with current type ratings to join our ATR fleet.

Academic/Qualification Requirements:

  • Hold a current UK CAA Class One Medical
  • Hold a UK Part FCL ATPL with ATR Rating
  • ICAO level 6 English proficiency
  • Minimum of 1500 hours total time
  • Minimum of 500 hours on type (ATR)
  • Hold a valid Passport
  • Right to work in the UK
  • Hold a UK recognised Driving Licence

Required Skills & Experience:

  • Able to swim 25meters unaided
  • If called upon, be prepared to evacuate an aircraft using escape ropes
  • Prepared to be within 1 hour 30 minutes from of their base, for all duties

Other Skills & Experience:

  • Evidence of a proven ability to work under pressure
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Adept problem solving and planning abilities
  • A customer focused attitude
  • Evidence of robust time management skills
  • Self discipline with a desire for continuous self development
  • Experience as an ATR Trainer is desirable

What We Offer (Terms)

Salary - Captain: £65,292 + per diems (subject to training and hours)

Working Pattern - 3 Week On, 1 Week Off 

Annual Leave 28 Leave days

Loss of Licence Insurance

Pension

Training - Successful Applicants will attend an operator conversion course and if necessary complete differences training. Costs will be borne by the Company but the successful candidate will be required to sign a loan agreement.

 


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Non-Type Rated Line Training Captain (ATR)

Location:
East Midlands Airport
Application deadline:
01/12/2022

Position Type:    Permanent, Full-Time (3 Weeks On, 1 Week Off Contract)

Department:      Flight Operations

Location:            East Midlands Airport Base

Responsible to:  Pilot Manager

Role Summary:

As a West Atlantic Pilot, you will be responsible for assisting with the operation of our company fleet.  You will work alongside colleagues to ensure the company fulfils its customers requirements. As a trainer you will directly contribute to the company’s aim of supporting and developing its crews.  You will also play a pivotal role in the development of new pilots, ensuring the highest standards of safety and professional enthusiasm are maintained.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Ensure the safety of company aircraft, cargo and occupants and following all specified instructions and procedures in the operations manuals.
  • Maintain familiarity with company, United Kingdom, European and International air legislation and procedures;
  • Delivery of aircraft and ground based training and checking for flight crews;
  • Support the development of the training department with proposals to improve safety and efficiency;
  • Contribute to the delivery of training department projects;
  • Operate in accordance with the company’s rostered plan, complying with Flight Time Limitations;

About you:

The West Atlantic UK family is made up of colleagues with diverse backgrounds, skills and experience, so respect and teamwork are fundamental. Each individual has an important role in contributing to success in our business.  We operate in a time and safety critical environment so the capacity to manage operations in a challenging environment is essential.  Motivation and focus is key.

If you have a passion for flying and wish to support the development of others, helping colleagues, apply today.

We are looking for Captains with a proven flight training background to join our ATR fleet as a Line Trainer with future potential opportunities as a Type Rating Instructor and Examiner.

Academic/Qualification Requirements:

  • Hold a current UK CAA Class One Medical
  • Hold a UK Part FCL ATPL
  • ICAO level 6 English proficiency
  • Minimum of 3000 hours total time in commercial operations
  • Minimum of 500 hours Command on multi-pilot turbo prop aircraft >20,000kg MTOW
  • Training Experience in commercial airline operations
  • Hold a valid Passport
  • Right to work in the UK
  • Hold a UK recognised Driving Licence
  • Experience as a TRI or TRE would be beneficial

Required Skills & Experience:

  • Able to swim 25meters unaided
  • If called upon, be prepared to evacuate an aircraft using escape ropes
  • Prepared to be within 90 minutes of their base for all duties

Other Skills & Experience:

  • Evidence of a proven ability to work under pressure
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Proven experience of delivering training in a commercial airline environment
  • Adept problem solving and planning abilities
  • A customer focused attitude
  • Evidence of robust time management skills
  • Confident ability to deliver training in varied environments.
  • Experience as an ATR Trainer is desirable

What We Offer (Terms)

Salary - Captain: £67,932 (subject to training and hours) + per diems + training sector allowance

3 Week On, 1 Week Off working pattern

Annual Leave 28 Days 

Loss of Licence Insurance

Pension

Training - Successful Applicants will complete a type rating, operator conversion course and differences training applicable to their previous experience. Costs will be borne by the Company but the successful candidate will be required to sign a loan agreement.


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Non Type Rated First Officer

Location:
East Midlands Airport
Application deadline:
01/12/2022

Position Type:   Permanent, Full-Time

Department:     Flight Operations

Location:           East Midlands Airport Base

Responsible to: Pilot Manager

Role Summary:

As a West Atlantic Pilot, you will be responsible for assisting with the operation of our company fleet.  You will work alongside colleagues to ensure the company fulfils its customers requirements. You will take responsibility for ensuring safe operations and ensuring compliance with company procedures and standards.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Ensure the safety of company aircraft, cargo and occupants and following all specified instructions and procedures in the operations manuals.
  • Maintain familiarity with relevant United Kingdom, European and International air legislation and agreed aviation practices and procedures;
  • Maintain familiarity with Company Procedures and Manuals;
  • Report issues affecting airworthiness or the safety of the operation;
  • Operate in accordance with the company’s rostered plan, complying with Flight Time Limitations;

About you:

The West Atlantic UK family is made up of colleagues with diverse backgrounds, skills and experience, so respect and teamwork are fundamental. Each individual has an important role in contributing to success in our business.  We operate in a time and safety critical environment so the capacity to manage operations in a challenging environment is essential.  Motivation and focus is key.

If you have a passion for flying and wish to contribute as a key part of the UK and global freight operation, apply today.

We are looking for Non-Type Rated First Officers to join our fleet.

Academic/Qualification Requirements:

  • Hold a current UK CAA Class One Medical
  • Hold a UK CPL or ATPL
  • Have a Type Rating or MEIR(A) on a UK CAA Licence
  • Have passed the UK CAA ATPL(A) theoretical exams
  • Hold an MCC Course Completion Certificate or hold a Type Rating on a UK CAA Licence
  • ICAO level 6 English proficiency
  • Hold a valid Passport
  • Right to work in the UK
  • Hold a UK recognised Driving Licence

Required Skills & Experience:

  • Able to swim 25meters unaided
  • If called upon, be prepared to evacuate an aircraft using escape ropes
  • Prepared to be within 2hours of their base for all duties

Other Skills & Experience:

  • Evidence of a proven ability to work under pressure
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Adept problem solving and planning abilities
  • A customer focused attitude
  • Evidence of robust time management skills
  • Self discipline with a desire for continuous self development
  • Experience as an ATR Trainer is desirable

What We Offer (Terms)

Salary – First Officer: £34,071 upwards (subject to fleet, training and hours) + per diems

Working Patterns - Protected week off working patterns (subject to fleet)

Annual Leave 28 days

Loss of Licence Insurance

Pension

Training - Successful Applicants will complete a type rating and if necessary complete differences training. Costs will be borne by the Company but the successful candidate will be required to sign a loan agreement.

Fleet – successful candidates may be offered positions on either the ATR or B737 fleet subject to company need.

 


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OCC Crewing Officer

Location:
East Midlands Airport
Application deadline:
02/12/2022

Position Type:            Permanent, Full-Time

Work Pattern             Shift Working - including nights and weekends

Department:              Operations Control Centre

Location:                     East Midlands Airport

Responsible to:          OCC Manager

 

Role Summary

 

Responsible for carrying out all daily operational activities and ensuring consistent, concise information flow with customers and group airline departments.

 

Ensure that all flights are ready for on-time dispatch and conform to Company and legal requirements.

 

Responsibilities

 

  • Co-ordinate the short-term crewing of all operated flights in accordance with company policy and relevant legislation to achieve a safe and efficient flying programme.
  • Effectively communicate with other OCC staff and update the OCC Shift Supervisor on any ongoing crewing related issues and proposed solutions.
  • Carry out the following for ad-hoc flights and disrupted schedules:
    • Use all resources available to ensure all scheduled flights in the operational period are correctly crewed.
    • Ensure revised crew schedules are compliant for the operational period.
    • Ensure all travel and accommodation arrangements are made, changed or cancelled as required.
  • Comprehensively hand over ongoing work and upcoming risks, challenges and opportunities to the relief shift with the aim of maintaining a robust flying schedule with respect to flight crew.
  • Account for and track non-flying personnel on West Atlantic aircraft.
  • Manage crew training requirements within the period of responsibility ensuring that crew do not operate with a critical training check expired and that any disrupted training is reported to the OCC Supervisor and the relevant Training Department.
  • Support/assist with crew requirements e.g. accommodation and transportation as appropriate. Respond to aircrew enquiries. Update daily the flight crew management system.
  • Carry out all departmental administration to the required standards, timelines and regulations.
  • Ensure confidentiality of all sensitive information and data received in the OCC is maintained at all times in accordance with good practice and legislation.
  • Maintain professional standards and behaviours in accordance with good practice and company policy.

 

Academic/Educational Requirements

 

  • Educated to ‘A’ level or equivalent

 

 

 

Required Skills/Experience/knowledge:

 

  • Minimum 2 years recent Aviation Operations experience, preferably in an airlines operational control or crew planning environment
  • Sound knowledge and understanding of FDP Limitations
  • Proven ability to work under pressure
  • Use of aviation specific computer software including flight planning and ops control
  • Effective and proven positive interpersonal skills and a demonstrable ability to work within a team.
  • Excellent communication skills (both written & verbal)
  • Proven problem solving & Planning skills
  • Attention to detail and numeracy skills.

 

 

 

Terms and Conditions:

 

  • £23,238 plus £2500 shift allowance
  • Holidays
  • Continental Shift Pattern (4on 5off 5on 4off 5on 5off)
  • Pension

 


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OCC Operations Officer

Location:
East Midlands Airport
Application deadline:
02/12/2022

Position Type:            Permanent, Full-Time

Work Pattern             Shift Working - including nights and weekends

Department:              Operations Control Centre

Location:                     East Midlands Airport

Responsible to:          OCC Manager

 

Role Summary

 

Responsible for carrying out all daily operational activities and ensuring consistent, concise information flow with customers and group airline departments.

 

Ensure that all flights are ready for on-time dispatch and conform to Company and legal requirements.

 

Responsibilities

 

  • Support/assist with crew requirements e.g. accommodation and transportation as appropriate. Respond to aircrew enquiries. Update daily the flight crew management system.
  • Carry out all departmental administration to the required standards, timelines and regulations.
  • Proactively manage resources in the operational period to achieve a safe, efficient and on-time operation.
  • Ensure confidentiality of all sensitive information and data received in the OCC is maintained at all times in accordance with good practice and legislation.
  • Maintain professional standards and behaviours in accordance with good practice and company policy.
  • Responsible for flight watch ensuring that all movements are recorded in a timely manner and any disruption is highlighted to the OCC Shift Supervisor immediately.
  • Maintain a weather and NOTAM watch appropriate to the network and communicate risks to the OCC Shift Supervisor.
  • Ensure all planned flights have a filed flight plan in accordance with the operational schedule.  
  • Ensure that all required flight documentation is available to aircrew.
  • Assist the supervisor in providing operational direction to Line Maintenance Control ensuring maintenance actions are tailored to meet the requirements of the customer with minimal disruption.
  • Carry out the following tasks for ad-hoc flights and disrupted schedules:
    • Arrange / change / cancel ground handling as required
    • Obtain / change / cancel runway slots as required
    • Plan routes and revise flight plans as required
  • Ensure all customer and internal reports are completed and distributed on time and in full.
  • Assist with customer enquiries as required.

 

 

Academic/Educational Requirements

 

  • Educated to ‘A’ level or equivalent

 

 

 

Required Skills/Experience/knowledge:

 

  • Minimum 2 years recent Aviation Operations experience, preferably in an airline operational control or crew planning environment
  • Sound knowledge and understanding of flight planning, FDP Limitations, Weather reports & NOTAM’s
  • Proven ability to work under pressure
  • Use of aviation specific computer software including flight planning and ops control
  • Effective and proven positive interpersonal skills and a demonstrable ability to work within a team.
  • Excellent communication skills (both written & verbal)
  • Proven problem solving & Planning skills
  • Attention to detail and numeracy skills.

 

 

 

Terms and Conditions:

 

  • £23,238 plus £2500 shift allowance
  • Holidays
  • Mix of 12-hour night and day shifts on a fixed pattern 0600-1800 / 1800-0600.
  • Pension

 

 


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Milou Frohn

Pilot

I’ve always loved to fly and to be able to do that for a living and see so much of the world is fantastic. The most important thing is having a great company behind us, always helping me to develop and providing all the support I need.

Lukas Biörnsen

Technical administration

West Atlantic is a great employer and take a real interest in my development and work life balance. The administrative side of the company is a really important part of our operation and I’m glad my role plays an important part in making sure our aircraft deliver on time.

Sandra Hellgren

Airplane Maintenance

I take great pride in my role in keeping our fleet in the air, every minute on the ground is time that we can’t help our customers. Getting our aircraft up and running again safely is what I enjoy the most.
 

Loading activities at EMA

Photo: Rob Edson, Ground Operations Manager, UK

 

Inflight to Svalbard

Photo: Jonas Holmberg, First Officer CRJ

 

First Boeing 737-800 arrives at EMA

Photo: Unknown

 

Team spirit in cockpit

Photo: Bertrand Pouderoux, Captain ATP

 

Safety training

Photo: Alastair Yardy, First Officer 737

 

Maintenance in Malmö

Photo: Geovanny Mejia, Technician

 

Celebrating a new contract

Photo: Nigel Hiorns, Managing Director and AM, UK

 

767 In the Hangar

Photo: Michelle Plunkett, 767 Engineer

 

On the flight deck

Photo: Elliot Longly, First Officer ATP

 

737 on ground

Photo: Charles Cleves, VP Sales

 

Office life

Photo: Aleksandra Rashid, Finance Controller - Maintenance

 

View from cockpit

Photo: Geovanny Mejia, Technician

 

New ATP-Pilots

Photo: Maarten & Eddy, First Officers ATP

 

First Boeing 737-800 water salute

Photo: Unknown

 

Svalbard

Photo: Thomas Holm, Captain CRJ

 

Loading B-767

Photo: Graeme Pryke, Captain 767

 

Morning view in ATP cockpit

Photo: Carl Klein, First Officer ATP

 

737-800 Line up in Liege

Photo: Christian Vanguers, Mechanic

 

737 Approach in Jersey

Photo: Tom Masterman

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